|SESSION||BEGIN DATE||END DATE||TIMES AVAILABLE|
|SPRING||FEB 20||MAY 25||9AM-1PM|
|SUMMER||MAY 30||AUG 3||7AM-12PM|
|FALL||AUG 14||NOV 16||9AM-1PM|
We use the PediaSwim and Infant Aquatics program. PediaSwim is a unique learn to swim program with early emphasis on swimming and floating independently. We believe your time and money is valuable and offer a 6 week promise! If your child does not learn in 6 weeks then we continue lessons at no charge.Click here for more information.
Once a child can crawl they are able to learn to roll over and float. They will be taught to roll onto their backs to a safe and balanced float. Crawling puts them at risk to find an unattended body of water. Once they have learned to roll over and float, they can float and await rescue. According to the CDC, the highest risk of drowning is between the ages 1-4. Learning early is essential.
Once a child can walk they are taught the swim float swim sequence. A toddler can swim in the proper head down posture, with feet kicking at the surface, roll to a balanced float to rest and breathe, then flip back over to swim to safety. With practice, they can swim longer distances using the swim float swim sequence.
Lessons are one-on-one, four days a week, Monday through Thursday and last approximately 10-12 minutes each day. Each lesson will be tailored to meet your child's needs and development, every child learns differently and at their own pace. Lessons will be adapted to meet your child's needs.
If your child has not had lessons for an extended period of time refresher lessons will help them gain their confidence and return them back to their previous skill level. Maintaining water safety skills is an important aspect of your child’s swimming progression.
Maintenance Lessons (Current Students)
Maintenance Lessons are conducted one or two days a week to ensure optimal skill retention and development. Once a swimmer finishes basic training they can move to maintenance lessons, once or twice a week. These lessons allow for skill retention and continued development through play and fun.
Swimming Lessons are not a replacement for active supervision. For more information on "layers of protection" and water safety please visit National Drowning Protection Alliance and Pool Safely. No one can "drown-proof" a child.